Texas Wine Trails

Texas is home to some of the best wineries in the United States. In fact, the Hill Country with its wine trails of distinct and award winning wineries, each with its own distinctive personality, is now second only to Napa Valley California in production of wines. There are over 30 wineries in the Hill Country for you to enjoy. Check out where you can find some of the many wineries across Texas. And if you enjoy wine, then you need to take one of these wine trails and sample some wine from several different wineries.

 

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Texas Wine Trails

To get into the holiday spirit sample new and classic offerings from any or all of the 35 Hill Country Wineries.
Information for each of the Hill Country Wineries on this printable map.
The 9 member wineries in the Houston area each offer unique wine experiences from tastings & tours to seasonal events.
This new trail in the tri-city area's rolling plains is growing quickly. With five open wineries and another four coming soon, you're sure to have a fantastic tour! Declare your independence from ordinary wine!

This is an exciting, event filled group of boutique wineries, located north to south on the western side of DFW .

A dozen wineries in the North Texas area with events for the wine lovers.
A weekend getaway provides time to stop by most of the 13 wineries, sample, and enjoy the vines & vistas.
A group of boutique wineries in the “middle”of the state from the north part of the Hill Country to south of DFW.
 
Multiple wineries within the city of Grapevine offers fun events and all that the city has to offer.
You can visit all the elegant charm of East Texas from rustic farms to country stars without ever leaving the trail.

Try some of the wines in Dallas which are not the oldest, or the biggest, or the fanciest, but they feel they are the best.

Enjoy visiting these 6 Texas wineries in the Georgetown/Salado area.
Explore the breathtaking beauty of the Red River Valley while tasting the wines of the North Texas Hill Country.
Pic up a freeTexas Winery Passport and start collecting your pasport rewards.

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